FIFA 20 is almost here. The EA Sports football video game will officially release on Friday, Sept. 27.
1. It feels more realistic than past versions
The thing the fans craved most improved about FIFA was its gameplay. Several variations in the game make it feel like one of the most realistic FIFA editions yet.
There are numerous new animations with the goalkeepers, defending and more.
When it comes to passing and shooting, there is an also excellent added touch where double-tapping the pass or through ball button will get you a little air on the ball.
Combine that to some new skill moves and some shots and goals that have not been seen in past editions, and you get a fresh, new, improved video game.
2. Volta is a wonderful supplement to the game modes
This game mode will remind you of the good old “FIFA Street” days. From a complicated story mode to just playing some street soccer with or without walls all over the world, Volta lets you espouse skill moves, smaller goals, and constant action.
Playing without walls and with futsal rules makes it more challenging and more fun, and even going to penalty kicks on small goals is intense.
3. Career mode gets an upgrade
This year’s career mode looks much better. It is extra complicated and the makers even figured in pre-match and post-match interviews where your answers affect the spirit of your team or individual players.
It is one of the most fulfilling modes, especially if you take a smaller club rather than big clubs.
FIFA 20 is the best edition of the game in quite a long time. With the addition of Volta and a more realistic game, FIFA 20 takes a step toward what the game feels like on the pitch while bringing back the nostalgia of “FIFA Street.”